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Why Choose Us?
17000+ Patients Healed
50 Olympic & Elite Athletes Healed
6 Centres
Growing strong since 8 years
Low Investment
Higher returns
All you need to get Started
Approx 20-30 lacs
The investment amount varies depending upon the size of the area and the city in which you are present
Approx 1500 sq.ft Built-Up Area
This space is needed to house approximately 4-6 therapy rooms. An open space of a similar area is also be required.
Long Term Vision
Partners must join the franchise network by recognizing that this is a business with sustained returns, provided one has a long-term vision towards the venture.
Support offered to franchisees
  • Assistance in site selection, architectural support, layout, and designing
  • In-depth training support for a better understanding of services
  • Support in marketing and sales through all media print, outdoor, web, and retail
  • Furniture & Equipment
  • Marketing & Operational Support
  • Business Management Portal
  • Training and tools to optimize your practice and increase profitability.
Who Can Be A Franchisee?
Heal Institute selects its prospective franchisees with utmost care. We conduct thorough due diligence before finalizing a franchisee. Some of the minimum requirements that a Heal’s Franchisee must have are:
  • A high level of interest and commitment to healthcare as a business.
  • A strong entrepreneurial spirit and zeal to succeed.
  • Adequate Financial Resources.
  • Ability to manage people.
  • Good social standing and reputation.
  • Prior experience in successfully managing one's own business.
There are a number of aspects to the franchising method that appeal to prospective business owners. For example, easy access to an established product and a proven method of operating a business reduces the many risks of opening a business. A franchise typically enables you, the investor or "franchisee," to operate a business. By paying a franchise fee, which may cost several lakh Rupees, you are given a format or system developed by the company ("franchisor"), the right to use the franchisor's name for a limited time, and assistance. For example, the franchisor may help you find a location for your outlet; provide initial training and an operating manual; and advise you on management, marketing, or personnel. Some franchisors offer ongoing support such as monthly newsletters, a toll free telephone number for technical assistance, and periodic workshops or seminars.
Like any other investment, purchasing a franchise is a risk. When selecting a franchise, carefully consider a number of factors, such as the demand for the products or services, likely competition, the franchisor's background, and the level of support you will receive.
  • Demand: Is there a demand for the franchisor's products or services in your community? Is the demand seasonal?. Is there likely to be a continuing demand for the products or services in the future? Is the demand likely to be temporary, such as selling a fad food item? Does the product or service generate repeat business?
  • Competition: What is the level of competition, nationally and in your community? How many franchised and company-owned outlets does the franchisor have in your area? How many competing companies sell the same or similar products or services? Are these competing companies well established, with wide name recognition in your community? Do they offer the same goods and services at the same or lower price? Your Ability to Operate the Business: Sometimes, franchise systems fail. Will you be able to operate your outlet even if the franchisor goes out of business? Will you need the franchisor's ongoing training, advertising, or other assistance to succeed? Will you have access to the same or other suppliers? Could you conduct the business alone if you must lay off personnel to cut costs?
  • Name Recognition: A primary reason for purchasing a franchise is the right to associate with the company's name. The more widely recognized the name, the more likely it will draw customers who know its products or services.
  • Therefore, before purchasing a franchise, consider: The company's name and how widely recognized it is. -- If it has a registered trademark. How long the franchisor has been in operation. If the company has a reputation for quality products or services. If consumers have filed complaints against the franchise with the consumer protection agency or any other local courts.
  • Business format franchises often provide a full range of services, including.
    1. Site selection.
    2. Training.
    3. Product supply.
    4. Marketing plans.
    5. Financing.
  • Training and Support Services: Another reason for purchasing a franchise is to obtain support from the franchisor. What training and ongoing support does the franchisor provide? How does their training compare with the training for typical workers in the industry? Could you compete with others who have more formal training? What backgrounds do the current franchise owners have? Do they have prior technical backgrounds or special training that helps them succeed? Do you have a similar background?
  • Experience: Many franchisors operate well-established companies with years of experience both in selling goods or services and in managing a franchise system. Some franchisors started by operating their own business. There is no guarantee, however, that a successful entrepreneur can successfully manage a franchise system. Carefully consider how long the franchisor has managed a franchise system. Do you feel comfortable with the franchisor's expertise? If franchisors have little experience in managing a chain of franchises, their promises of guidance, training, and other support may be unreliable.
  • Growth: A growing franchise system increases the franchisor's name recognition and may enable you to attract customers. Growth alone does not ensure successful franchisees; a company that grows too quickly may not be able to support its franchisees with all the promised support services. Make sure the franchisor has sufficient financial assets and staff to support the franchisees. How can I find a lawyer who specializes in franchising? Entrepreneurs in search of a franchise lawyer can start by checking with our supplier’s directory, under the franchise lawyers section or by looking up the franchising association of India, where, you will find the relevant contacts. What are the other things I must do before signing a franchise?
  • Names, addresses and telephone numbers of other franchisees and a proper discussion with them about the entire business, the customer response and the company support. Take proper advice on the franchise agreement. A fully audited financial statement of the seller if they are a ltd company or a private ltd company. If any other format, request for the information.
Am I passionate about owning my own business? Am I willing and able to follow a proven system? Do I have a strong work ethic and a drive to succeed? Am I willing to always run my restaurants in near-new condition, and hire a team that is vested in 100% Franchising is not for everyone. It takes a unique mix of business acumen, motivation, capital, and a commitment to succeed.
Each franchise will have a different set of financial requirements necessary for qualification. Each franchise applicant must be qualified for entry into a franchise system by demonstrating they possess the necessary working capital. Total net worth and liquid assets are the two primary financial criteria Fransmart will review. For full financial requirements and fees, always refer to the Franchise Disclosure Document. If you are building a multi-unit business, beyond the hard-costs of each location, you must have adequate working capital for soft-costs associated with your multi-unit business, including hiring the right people, executing your business plan, and properly training your team.
Most business experts agree that franchises have a higher likelihood of success than independent businesses, because a proven business model is already in place, and has been tried and tested. Franchises also offer additional benefits like group purchasing power, brand recognition, and franchisee support. Franchisee support is the critical component of successful franchising. Franchise brands provide initial business start-up assistance ranging from strategic guidance, to real estate selection and negotiation, to access to suppliers and equipment programs, to ongoing training and marketing support. The franchise model works, because franchisors are only as successful as their franchisees. Thus, franchise companies provide extensive support to their franchisees to help them succeed.
Franchisors require franchisees to follow their standard operating policies and procedures, in order to maintain brand consistency across the chain. This can be a challenge for independent-thinker types who like to create their own systems. Franchisees must be willing to follow a system in order to maintain the level of service and brand standards already established. Franchisors will expect you to meet operational excellence standards; you will be routinely monitored and evaluated by secret shoppers. Most franchisors also charge ongoing royalties, in exchange for providing ongoing support, services and marketing for their franchisees. As with any business, owing a franchise also carries a risk of failure.
Step 1: Initial Inquiry
  • Submit basic contact information
  • Initial telephone contact
  • Submit in-depth franchise application
Step 2: Qualification
  • Initial conversations to review qualifications based on business experience and financial strength
  • Completion of state and federal compliance requirements
Step 3: Discovery Day Meeting
  • Headquarter Discovery Day: tour restaurants, meet Franchisor team, learn more about opportunity
Step 4: Legal
  • Discuss deal terms and review legal documents
  • Formalize and execute the Franchise Agreement; Payment of franchise fees
Step 5: Welcome & Store Opening
  • Real Estate
  • New franchisee / staff training
  • Marketing / Grand Opening